ABOUTThe NABJ Global Journalism Task Force exists to increase and improve black journalists’ coverage of other countries as well as the African Diaspora by strengthening resources, maintaining an international sourcebook and fostering the idea that reporters need not be foreign correspondents to cover news in the world’s 195 countries. The task force recognizes groundbreaking work by African journalists with the annual Percy Qoboza Award and provides opportunities for foreign coverage through the Ethel Payne Fellowship.
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http://ijnet.org/en/opportunities/knight-science-journalism-fellowships-open-worldwide Midcareer journalists covering science, technology, the environment or medicine can apply for a fellowship at MIT. The Knight Science Journalism Fellowships host international and U.S. journalists for a nine months of personalized study, auditing courses at MIT and Harvard, … Continue reading
We know that not all of you could attend our panel at the 2014 NABJ convention in Boston so we’ve uploaded a podcast to Youtube! Also check out our new resources page for a list of fellowships, grants and internships! … Continue reading
Deadline: 2/7/14 Journalists from all media who want to improve their skills in environmental reporting can apply for a weeklong workshop in Rhode Island. The Metcalf Institute is accepting applications for the Annual Science Immersion Workshop for journalists. The workshop … Continue reading
Journalists facing dangerous conditions can attend this free webinar. ICFJ Anywhere is offering the first in a series of webinars, supported by Dow Jones. Digital and mobile security is critically important for journalists and bloggers who work in challenging conditions. … Continue reading
Date: Monday, March 3, 2014 – 11:00 – Friday, March 7, 2014 – 11:00 Deadline: 12/9/13 Print, broadcast and online journalists can apply to attend a workshop in London. The Thomson Reuters Foundation is offering a course on financial and … Continue reading
Journalists worldwide can attend these free webinars. The webinar series, offered by the National Press Foundation, consists of three courses: “Protecting Information,” “Protecting Whistleblowers and Other Sources” and “Privacy and Commerce.” The first webinar will be broadcast Nov. 21 at … Continue reading